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Eggs For Dinner

Eggs are normally strictly breakfast food, and for a good reason! they're quick to prepare, healthy, versatile and they keep you full until lunchtime.If, however, you're ever in a rush at dinner time, or just don't fancy the effort of hauling out the pots and pans for a full meal with side dishes, eggs can be a great substitute.Check out these ideas on how to shake up your eggs for dinner, without feeling like you're just eating a really late breakfast.Egg burgers are a quick and easy way to make a filling dinner.Buy readymade patties, fry them up in a pan and throw them in between a fresh bun (opt for wholewheat or seeded if you want to keep it healthy).Fry the egg in the same pan, and then add your choice of fillings.We'd suggest keeping it simple with tomato sauce or fresh tomatoes, and some thinly sliced onions.This meal is packed with protein, quick to prepare, and is tasty too! crust-less quiche is also a quick way to make a healthy dinner.You can keep the crust on too, if you'd prefer.Just beat six eggs in a bowl, add some grated cheese (cheddar or mozzarella work well, especially mixed with some parmesan) and add a few tasty fillings of your choice.Typical fillings include ham, chicken or bacon for meat, and tomato, spinach, broccoli and mushrooms for vegetables.Olives and red peppers are also great choices.Then, season generously with a mix of aromat, salt, pepper and herbs and spices.Thyme, basil, paprika, garlic and parsley all make good choices.Mix it all together and put it into a pie or quiche dish, and put it in the oven at 180 degrees until it goes golden on top and a knife inserted into the middle comes out clean.The staple of the student pantry, instant noodles, get a fine dining makeover with the addition of an egg and one or two ingredients you'll probably have on hand.It doesn't get quicker than this for those nights when you need to have dinner cooked and eaten in under ten minutes.You have two main options here.The first is to cook the noodles in plain water along with frozen veggies, then drain, add in the powder seasoning packet, some butter and cheese, aromat seasoning, and then a fried or soft boiled egg.The second is to add an egg to your noodle soup.Hard boiled eggs are easy as you can boil them for a few minutes first, then add the noodles.Soft boiled eggs require that you time it right by adding the eggs when there are roughly four minutes left on your noodles.Otherwise, you can crack an egg into your noodles as they boil, then stir.It'll create lovely egg ribbons inside your soup.As with anything, this is better if you add some vegetables and flavouring.Try cooking the noodles in chicken, vegetable or beef stock and adding some spinach, mushrooms or beans.If you want to get fancy, coriander, turmeric, paprika, garlic and ginger are all easy ways to add a kick of flavour to this dish.

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